China Joins the WTO: How, Why; and What Now?
This article analyzes the process and probable effects of China's entry into the WTO from several different angles. The prospect of China's membership has been controversial, both within China and in the international community, slowing the process considerably. A key factor pushing China's application forward has been China's significant move toward a market-oriented economy in the 1990s. However, adapting to the negotiated WTO package will be only part of the major changes China is likely to experience in the coming decade.
Penelope B. Prime. "China Joins the WTO: How, Why; and what Now?" Business Economics 37.2 (2002): 26-32. Print.